Hasan Ali didn’t want to play for the Peshawar Zalmi anymore, head coach claims

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Mohammad Akram on Hasan Ali: “He was absolutely our first choice and we had no doubt about retaining him. The kid [Hasan] started with us and we even picked him up at times when he was injured. Even this year he was the first name on top, but he was convinced that he needs move on”

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Peshawar Zalmi head coach Mohammad Akram has claimed that pace bowler Hasan Ali didn’t want to play for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise anymore and “was convinced that he needs move on”.

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Mohammad Amir hurt us, but we have moved on, Pakistan legend says

Waqar Younis said Mohammad Amir hurt a lot of people when he retired from Test cricket, but added that everyone has to move on Pakistan cricket

Waqar Younis on Mohammad Amir: “It hurt at that time when he decided to retire from Test cricket but we have to move on and do what is best for the country”

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Legendary Pakistan seamer and current bowling coach Waqar Younis has admitted that left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir hurt a lot of people when he announced his Test retirement last year.

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Luck was not on my side during the last Ashes series, now I’m looking to change that, says Matt Prior

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“You need a bit of luck, and you can’t over-estimate how much that plays a part”

England vice-captain and wicketkeeper Matt Prior has announced that he is on a mission to score some runs in the upcoming Ashes series after lady luck refused to shine down on him during the last series, where he only scored 133 runs at a disappointing average of 19.

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‘Important to move on’ from Monkeygate scandal, says Ricky Ponting

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“Harbhajan was the one there was a problem with, but we got to Mumbai, looked each other in the eye and shook hands and said we’ll make this work”

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has announced that he believes it is “important to move on” from the Monkeygate scandal in 2008.

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Tendulkar should play his 200th Test in Mumbai, says Sourav Ganguly

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“It would be the biggest thing if Tendulkar gets to play the 200th Test in Mumbai”

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has announced that it would be wrong to deny legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar the chance to play his 200th Test in his hometown of Mumbai as “all his friends and family members” live there.

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